Honda says the army-imposed state of martial law in Thailand is leading it to reconsider a second assembly plant targeted for production launch in April. “We are watching the political situation in order to decide to go ahead with the plan (to start operations) or not,” Honda Thailand spokesman Teruhiko Tatebe tells the Bangkok Post. “If the political situation improves, we may complete the factory and start production.” The army declared martial law in an ...

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